Renowned for its delightful spring fragrance, this versatile vine enhances the beauty of trellises, fences, or walls.
Its year-round charm culminates in late spring when the plant bursts into a profusion of blossoms that adorn it for 5 to 6 weeks.
In expansive landscapes, it is often utilized as ground cover, excelling equally as a topiary specimen or an elegant hedge. To ensure optimal growth, plant it in well-drained soil enriched with compost.
Known as Spekboom, this easy-to-grow indigenous plant typically reaches heights of 2 meters in garden settings. Its small, non-invasive root system makes it perfect for poolside or boundary planting. With its compact structure, it's an excellent choice for accent planting, bonsai enthusiasts, and hedges, and it readily accepts regular pruning. These truly 'green' succulents play a vital role in combating air pollution by acting as carbon sponges, effectively removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Can be mass-planted as a ground cover or used as a single accent plant. A graceful plant with long narrow arching leaves. It bears masses of beautiful lemon-yellow flowers with black-brown markings from August to February. Fast-growing and low maintenance.
A beautiful tall growing indigenous shrub with slender, rather loosely spreading branches, that flowers profusely. Pruning encourages bushy growth. This fast growing, water wise shrub can also be used to create a hedge. Flowers mainly in Spring. Does well in patio pots.
Reaching a height of 5m+ with a non-aggressive root system, the Kei-apple is an extremely versatile all-rounder that lends itself to many applications: it can planted on its own, in a border or as a screen. It can be pruned to create a compact neat shape which makes it ideal for confined areas, container planting or as a bonsai. The evergreen foliage is dense and the branches have thorns which make it a good choice for a security hedge
Birds such as the louries and the black-eyed bulbuls love the unusual fruit of a Dovyalis caffra.
5m+ H x 3m W
Australian Coastal Rosemary | Westringia Fructicosa
This evergreen shrub resembles rosemary but lacks its fragrance and culinary value. It excels in coastal gardens, withstanding salt spray admirably. It thrives in sandy, well-drained soil and becomes relatively drought-tolerant once established, requiring less water than other plants. Additionally, it responds well to pruning, allowing you to shape it into beautifully pruned balls, hedges, or lollipop standards. During spring and summer, it adorns itself with dainty white or blue flowers.
The dense growth of this plant ensures that they make excellent wind breakers and large screening shrubs. They make a beautiful clipped hedge and can be planted in a container and shaped. Great for bonsai enthusiasts. Slightly larger leaves than other Searsia (Rhus) Crenata. Indigenous.
The dense growth of this plant ensures that they make excellent wind breakers and large screening shrubs. They make a beautiful clipped hedge and can be planted in a container and shaped. Great for bonsai enthusiasts. Great coastal option. Indigenous.
A lovely evergreen creeper with showy, fragrant, butter-yellow, trumpet-shaped flowers blooming late winter to early spring. Can be pruned into a bushy shrub. Fast growing. Clings by twining stems around the support. Full sun for best flowering. Water sparingly in winter.
This indigenous plant has bright yellow-green, rounded succulent leaves and a reddish stem. For gardening purposes the plant is grown for its striking leaf colour and water-wise attributes. The leaves are edible and the plant has marvelous air-purifying qualities. It helps fight air pollution in that it removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, acting like a carbon sponge. Easy to grow and low-maintenance. It works well in hot, dry rockeries or grouped with other succulents in drought-prone areas. Also happily provides bright evergreen leaf colour amongst plants receiving regular watering.
Adds colour to the garden due to its cheerful foliage. A versatile shrub that can be used as an evergreen container plant or as a neat, low hedge or border . It can also be shaped into a sphere or pyramid. Tiny yellow flowers in late spring and early summer. Ideal coastal plant.